I was just wondering if there was an average leaf span for paph seedlings when they first might bloom. As in all things, I'm sure it just depends but I wondered when to expect that a new paph could possibly bloom.
There is no easy answer. It could be quite small if the parents are dwarf species to very large for kolopakingii and it's hybrids. For standard complex paphs, the spread will be about 15 inches or so, for Maudiae types a bit smaller.
Cool. It's a great species. Out of curiosity, what motivated you to post it in this random thread from 2006? You should consider starting a new thread in the Paphiopedilum section. The flower is certainly nice enough to deserve its own thread.
Thank you for your interest. This is really new for me. I am writing to you from Cuba, where have my Paph collection, and all this from the web is new. I do not really know how to post, and will be greatful for helping. Hope in my new friends of the group.